After 152 Years World to Witness ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ On a Single Day. We reported you earlier that the Lunar Eclipse 2018 will occur on 31st January, but this year the lunar eclipse will be accompanied ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’.
Yes the world will witness the rare view of ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ after a gap of 152 years. The first lunar eclipse 2018, chand grahan, which take place on Wednesday 31st January will be a blood moon because it will change its color to red as well it will be blue and a super moon.
It will definitely be a historic moments when the world will witness the red, blue, super moon along with the lunar eclipse. That’s all going to happen on the same day same date on 31st January 2018.
This rare historic view of moon will be witnessed by the people across the world including Asia, Australia, North/East Africa, North America, North/West South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic and Antarctica.
Lunar Eclipse 2018 in Pakistan
In Pakistan the people will also be able to see the wonderful view if the weather condition remains appropriate.
The Lunar Eclipse (, chand grahan) 2018 in Pakistan will be at its climax on 6:30 pm. The moon will be 34% brighter and 14% bigger than its usual size and light, revealed the PMD.
Upcoming Lunar and Solar Eclipses 2018
In the year 2018 there will be five eclipses, 3 solar eclipses and 2 lunar eclipses.
The first lunar eclipse 2018, chand grahan, will take place on 31st January while the second lunar eclipse will be on 27th July.
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